Stig Abell Bio, Wiki, Age, vlogger, Wife, Books, Net worth, Salary, and Twitter

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Stig Abell Profile

Stig Abell is an English journalist, newspaper editor, and radio presenter. He currently co-presents the Monday to Thursday breakfast show on Times Radio with Aasmah Mir. Additionally, beginning in March 2014, Abell began co-hosting a Sunday 8 to 11 a.m. LBC Radio program with Sky News television host Kay Burley.

Stig Abell Age

Abell is 43 years old as of 2023. He was born on 10th April 1980 in Nottingham, England. Additionally, he celebrates his birthday on the 10th of April every year.

Stig Abell Height

He stands at an average height of 6 feet 1 inch tall.

Stig Abell Family

Abell is the son of British parents, During his mother’s pregnancy, she underwent a scan, and the results revealed that Stig would have spina bifida and that she should abort the child. But his mother declined. According to Stig, his mother was informed that she may have an abortion because the child would have spina bifida. So Stephen is my real name.

They didn’t have a name for me because they weren’t sure I’d be born alive or with any sort of future or viability, which is why it’s Stephen—my dad is named Stephen. So I was “born wrongfully.” he graduated with a double first from Emmanuel College in Cambridge after studying English there and attending Loughborough Grammar School, and being born in Nottingham.

Stig Abell Wife

Abell is happily married to his loving wife Nadine Abell. The couple have been married for fifteen years. They celebrated their fifteenth anniversary on 7th 2023. Nadine Abell is a Clinical Hypnotherapist who offers face-to-face appointments as well as online hypnosis downloads which can be used where you want, how you want, and when you want.

Stig Abell
Stig Abell

Stig Abell Career

Abell served as The Times Literary Supplement’s editor from 2016 to 2020 and The Sun’s managing editor from 2013 to 2016. He previously reviewed fiction for The Spectator, Telegraph Media Group, and The Times Literary Supplement. He also served as a host on LBC Radio. Abell began working for the Press Complaints Commission as a complaints officer in September 2001.

He later held the positions of press officer, assistant director, and deputy director at the PCC before being named director on December 19, 2010. Abell joined The Sun as managing editor in August 2013 and served in that capacity through the end of April 2016. Abell assessed the papers and contributed political commentary while Burley served as the primary presenter.

Beginning in August 2014, Abell and Petrie Hosken of LBC co-hosted the program. He received his show in January 2015, which ran on Sundays from 8 to 10 am. Abell switched to the Sunday afternoon time slot of 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. beginning in April 2016. Abell has received harsh criticism for allowing Katie Hopkins to write a piece in The Sun in 2015. In the piece, immigrants were compared to “cockroaches” and the author advocated “gunships sending these boats back to their own country.” Britain should “force migrants back to their shores and burn the boats,” it said in its conclusion.

Stig Abell Books

Abell took over as editor of The Times Literary Supplement in May 2016 after Sir Peter Stothard, who had served in that capacity for the preceding 14 years. He served in the position until June 2020, when Martin Ivens took over. He frequently hosts the BBC Radio 4 program Front Row. How Britain Works, Abell’s debut book was released by John Murray in May 2018.

It was revealed in April 2020 that Abell would serve as a host on the future radio station Times Radio. He was also designated as the launch director for the station. His second book, Things I Learned on the 6:28, a reading guide, was published in November 2020. Moreover, the Bookseller claimed in September 2021 that HarperCollins and Abell’s representatives had reached an agreement on a three-book deal, which would include his debut crime novel and a nonfiction book.

Stig Abell Net Worth 

Abell has an estimated annual Net worth of $ 5 million to $ 10 million earned from his career as a journalist, newspaper editor, and radio presenter.

Stig Abell Social Media Platforms

Abell is very active on his Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. He has 107.7k followers on Twitter, 678 followers on Instagram, and 11k followers on Facebook.

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